Dan Drezner has excavated the entirety of Herman Cain’s foreign policy statements and Cain somehow manages to be sub-boilerplate, more vague than beige.*
My favorite snippet is this discursion on the nature of alliances in international relations:
Further, we must stand by our friends and we must not be fooled by our enemies. We should never be deceived by terrorists. They only have one objective, namely, to kill all of us. We must always remain vigilant in dealing with adversaries.
Seriously, getting fooled by our enemies would be real bad because they will kill all of us because we are apparently at war with Ghengis Khan.**
*Both FLW, BTW
**President of Uzebekibekibekistanstan